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Watch Professor Scharf's comments on WKYC regarding Boston bombings

Apr 19, 2013
 On April 19, Professor Michael Scharf, who formerly served as Counsel to the Counter-Terrorism Bureau at the State Department, appeared on Channel 3 News to discuss the possible connection between past Chechen terrorist acts and the Boston Marathon bombing.

International Law Student Association movie night

Nov 5, 2012
GRANITO: How to Nail a Dictator Movie screening followed by a panel discussion with the film's producer, Paco de Onis and its director, Pamela Yates moderated by Professor Michael P. Scharf Director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center. Room A57

Granito: Taking it to the World

Nov 5, 2012
 International Movie Night, 6-9 PM. Panel discussion follows.

Are We Better Off Than We Were Four Years Ago? Assessing Security & Civil Liberties

Sep 28, 2012
September 28, 2012: Maj. James Lisher, USAF; Michael Lebowitz, JAG; Brian Mizer, JAG

Resistance & Rights: Civil Society and the Surprising Resilience of the Rule of Law after 9/11

Sep 11, 2012
September 11, 2012: Prof. David Cole, Georgetown Law Center
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